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Default TSC 10L Grossly tablesaw

On the height adjustment mechanism, there are three split pins. What are these for and how does one adjust them?

I'm trying to help a friend who has Power Maxx version of this saw. Mine is a Reason. Both refer to the Grisly and appear to be very similar.

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Default TSC 10L Grossly tablesaw

On 7/30/2020 4:05 PM, wrote:
On the height adjustment mechanism, there are three split pins. What are these for and how does one adjust them?

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link to parts diagram???

No idea w/o seeing where they are.

For height, can't see why would need any adjustment...one just cranks up
and down to where want/need.

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